The Great Lake

Great Lake

It was a fascinating windswept landscape—very flat in the southern part; stony, foggy and mountainous in the northern part, known as the Great Western Tiers. It was pouring with rain by this stage and there was no way I could photograph the dark rocks, heavy fog and stunted trees that I saw through the car window.

The area along the western side of the Great Lake has been filed away to explore on a future trip to Queenstown.

0 Replies to “The Great Lake”

  1. Thanks Andrew. Tasmania is a fascinating place for photographers. This is our third visit to the island and I’m only starting to get it mapped in terms of the photography that I want to do.

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